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EARS of experience in metal working taught us the value of exterior light- 
ing. Equipped as we are for the handling of all forms of ornamental and 
architectural iron, we were naturally called upon to execute the metal work on 
some of the nation's most beautiful buildings. We have often found that the 
addition of attractive exterior lights has added the necessary touch to com- 
plete the designs of the building. Gradually we acquired patterns of many 
beautiful fixtures which had been designed especially to harmonize with indi- 
vidual types of architecture. Our line grew until today the complete Smyser- 
Royer field of lighting fixtures embraces over 400 different designs. While 
we gladly execute original designs submitted by architects, we believe that 
with the array of fixtures we show in this catalogue, 'any architect can find 
one or more suitable to every building and to any type of architecture. 




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FROM the designs offered can be selected large standards for public build- 
ings, special fixtures for street lighting, small standards for estates and 
private honnes, pier lamps and lanterns for gateways and terraces, lanterns 
and brackets rangrng in size from eleven inches for small homes to nine feet 
for the large public buildings. Smyser-Royer fixtures q^x-q made of cast iron, 
bronze or aluminum, which materials, as you know, are readily adaptable to 
artistic design and have great lasting qualities. A coat of paint at intervals 
will insure the life and beauty of Smyser-Royer cast-iron fixtures almost forever. 
We are confident that somewhere in the Smyser-Royer line you will find a fix- 
ture that will satisfy your every need, and in specifying Smyser-Royer products 
you ^XQ securing the utmost in workmanship, service, price and durability. 



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No. 423 

7'-!l/2" to bottom of 
globe. Base, 2''-5" square. 




No. 124 

8'-9" to bottom of center globe. 
Base, rectangular, 3'-3"x I '-4". 



No. I24A 

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with center light on y. 

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No. 127 

9'A" to bottom of upper 
globe. Base, 2'-8'/2" square. 



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No. 165 

8'-9"+otop of acorn. 
Base, 2'-8" square. 



No. 170 

7'-7" to bottom of globe. 
Base, 2'-iy/2 sq uare. 



No. 322 

7'-9" to bottom of upper 
globe. Base, 2'-8" square. 



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No. 147 , 

9'-9" to top of ball. 
Lantern octagonal. Base, 
round. I'-IO" diameter. 



(All to same scale, 34"_|'-0".) 



No. 385 

9'- 10" over all.' Base, 
octagonal, 22" across 
corners. Base, without 
feet, 2 1 1/2" octagonal. 



No. 403 

9'-4" over all. Lantern, 

hexagonal. Base, 2-0 

square. 



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No. 430 

9'-6" over all. Oc- 
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91/4" square base. 



No. 261 

IO'-OI/2" over all. Lan- 
tern, square. Base, 
14" square. 



No. 303 

9'-7"upto ■l2'-8"over 

all. Base, octagonal, 

I '-^Ys" diameter. 



No. 435 

9'-8l/2" over all. Base, 

octagonal , I '-6'/2" 

diameter. 



No. 465 

9'-6" over all. 
Base, octagonal 
16" diameter. 



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No. 222 

9'-0" to bottom of upper globe. 

Width across arms, 2'-3". Base, 

2'-9" on square. 



No. 325 

9'-5yg" to bottom of upper 
globe. Base. 2'-0" square. 




No. 176 

9'-0" to bottom of upper 
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No. 387 

7'- 1 I" to bottom of center 
globe. Base, 22" square. 



No. 317 

9'-0" to bo+fom of upper globe 
Base, round. I '-8" diameter 



No. 270 

8'-6'/4" to bottom of upper globe, 
Base measures 2'-0" across 



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No. 406 

lO'-O" to bottom of 
globe. Base, I 2" square. 



No. 12 

8'-l I" to bottom of 

globe. Base, I'-S" 

square. 



No. I 19 

8'-9" to bottom of 
globe. Base, I '-6" 

square. 



No. 192 

lO'-O" to bottom of 

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9'-6" to bottom of 

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No. 239 

8'- 1" to bottom of 

globe. Base, round, 

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No. 298 

8'-5" to bottom of 

globe. Base, 2'-3l/2" 

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No. 262 

8'- 1 1" to bottom of 

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7'-5" +o bottom of up- 
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No. 30 

8'-3" to bottom of up- 
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globes. 3 or 4 arms, 
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Base, round, 2'-0" di- 
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No. 106 

7'-8" to bottom of top 

globe. 3 or 4 pendent 

globes. Base, 2'-5" 

square. 



No. 13 

8'-5" up to IO'-3" to 

bottom of upper globe. 

2 or 4 arms. Base, \'-7!' 

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No. 269 

8''6" to bottom of up- 
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2 or 4 arms. Base, 
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No.416 

8'-9" over all. Lower 

member of base, 123/^" 

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(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0". 



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No. 452 

8'-6'/2" over all. Lan- 
tern, octagonal. Base, 
octagonal r-4". Across 
the square. 

(Scale, 3/^"==|'.0" 



No. 105 

8'-9" to bottom of globe. 
Base, triangular, 2'-9" 
diameter, Base may 
also be made 2'-0" di- 
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(Scale, 34"=1'.0". 



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No. 396 

6'-l 1 1/2" +0 bottom of central 
globe. Base, 2'-3" square. 



(Both to same scale, l"=l'-0'".l 



No. 185 

7'-0" up to lO'-O" to bottom of upper globe. 
5 globes. Base, octagonal, 2'-2" diameter. 



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No. 149 

6'-5" to bottom of 
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6'-5" to bottom of central globe 
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No. 381 

7'-5" to bottom of globe. Body 
triangular. Base. 18" square. 



No. 216 

7'-5" to bottom of 
globe. Base, 3'-7" square. 



No. 313 

7'-95/g" to bottom of 
globe. Base, 2'-5" x 2'-5". 



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No. 332 

S'-O'/g" over all. Lan- 
tern, octagonal. Lower 
portion, 12"' square. 
Outside diameter, at 
base, I 31/4". 



No. 464 

7'- 1 I" over all. Lan- 
tern, irregular octagon. 
Base, octagonal. I'-l" 
on square. 



No. 245 

8'-3" over all. Lantern, 

octagonal. Base, 13" 

square. 



No. 344 

8'-4" over all. Lantern, 
octagonal. Base, trian- 
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No. 186 

7'- 10" to bottom of up- 
per globe. 5 globes. 
Base, I '-4" square. 



No. 207 

7'-8" up to IO'-2" to 

bottom of globe. 2, 3 

or 4 arms. Base, round, 

I '-4" diameter. 



No. 210 

7'-M/2" to bottom of 

upper globe. 2, 3 or 

4 arms. Base, round, 

I '-4" diameter. 



No. 205 

7'- 1" up to lO'-O" to 
bottom of globe. 2 
or 4 arms. Base, octa- 
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No. 265 

7'- 1 1/2" to bottom of 
upper globe. 2, 3 or 
4 arms. Base, triangu- 
lar, I '-8" diameter. 



No. 273 

7'-0" to bottom of up- 
per globe. 4 arms. Base, 
I '-4" square. 



No. 330 

7'-3" to the underside 

of globe holders. 2 or 

4 arms and center light. 

Base, I '-4" square. 



No. 152 

7'-6" to bottom of up- 
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No. 355 

7'-9" to boffom of 

globe. Base, round, 

I 8" diameter. 

(Scale, 3/4"= I '-0".) 



No. 268 

9'-0" fo boHom ot 

globe. B a s e, I 3" 

square. 

(Scale. 1/2"= I '-0".) 



No. 252 

8'-0" to bottom of 

globe. Base, II", 

round or square. 

(Scale. y4"=l'-0".) 



No. 248 

lO'-O" to bottom of 

globe. Base, round, 

I '-4" diameter. 

(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



No. 433 

7'-6" up to 9'-7" over 
all. Lantern, octago- 
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diameter. 
(Scale, 3/4"= I'-O".) 



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No. 41 

T-O" to bottom of 
globe. Base, I 8" square. 



No. 208 

6'- 101/2" up to 9'-6" to 
bottom of globe. Base, 
round, I '-4" diameter. 



No. 120 

4'-0" up to lO'-O" to 
bottom of globe. Base, 
or 16 square. 



No. 24 

7'-0" to bottom of 

globe. Base, 2^0" 

square. 



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No. 386 

9'-0" over all. Lan+ern, 
octagonal, mean diam- 
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'-6" diameter. 



No. 316 

7'-6" to bottom of 
globe. Base, triangu- 
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No. 189 

7'-f" up to lO'-O" to 
bottom ot globe. Base, 

octagonal, I '-6'/2" di- 
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7'-0l/4" to bottom of 

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No. 144 

6'-l I" to bottom of 

globe. Base, triangular, 

2'-9" diameter. 



No. 420 

7'-634" over all. 
Base, I'- 1 I " square. 



No. 309 

7'-5" over all. Lantern, 
octagonal, r-3" diame- 
ter. Base plate square, 
I '-8" X I '-8". 



No. 2 

7'- 11/2" to bottom of 

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No. 349 

5'- 1" to bottom of globe. 

Base, 1 31/2" square. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0". 



No. 33 

7'-3" to bottom of globe. Flower 

bowl, round, 2'-9" diameter. 

Base, round. 2'-0" diameter. 

(Scale, Y^"=\'-0".] 



No. 353 

5'-73/g" to bottom of 

globe. Base, l'-0".2'-3l/2". 

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No. 215 

6'-6" to bottom of lower globes. 

3 or 4 arms. Base, \'-b" square 

with cut corners and curved sides. 

(Scale. l"=l'0".) 



No. 20 

6'-4" to bottom of globe, 
furnished without antlers. 
2'-4" square. 
(Scale, 34"=|'.0".) 



Also 
Base, 



No. 160 

6'-7" to bottom of upper globe. 
3 or 4 pendent globes. Base, 

I '-4" square. 
(Scale. l"=l'0". 



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No. 308 

b'-by^" to bottom of 
globe. Base, 2'-4"x2'-4". 



No. 200 

6'-7l/2" over ail. Lan- 
tern, octagonal. Base, 

square, l'-9'/2" diame- 
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6'-ll" over all. Lan- 
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2'- 1" square. 



No. 224 

6'-8'/2" to bottom of 

globe. Base, triangular, 

2'-9" diameter. 



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No. i33 

6'- 1 I" +o bottom of 

globe. Base, triangular, 

251/2" diameter. 



No. 459 

7'-0" over all. Lantern 

octagonal. Base, I '-3' 

square. 



No. 182 

6'-7l/2" +0 bottom of 

globe. Base, I'-S" 

square. 



No. 153 

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No. 29 

6'-8" fo boHom of 

globe. Base, round, 

I '-4"/-," diame+er. 

(Scale, 34"= r-0".) 



No. 291 

6'-6" +0 bottom of 

globe. Base, round, 

I M/2" diameter. 

Scale, 34"=|'-0".) 



No. 460 

6'-3" over afl. Lan- 
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copper, square. Base, 
round, I 1 1/2" diame- 
ter. 
(Scale, 3/4"= I '-0".) 



No. 292 

6'-6" +0 bottom of 
globe. Steel pipe 
shaft. Base and cap 
of cast iron. Can be 
made any height. 
Base, round. I M/2" 
diameter. 
(Scale. 3/j"=|'.0".) 



No. 259 

5'-6" up to 6'-0" to 

bottom of globe. 

Base, 10" or I 1 1/3" 

square. 

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No.312 

5'- 10" to bottom of 
globe. 2" I.D. Steel 
pipe shaft. Base and 
cap of cast iron. Can 
be made any height. 
Base, round, I \" di- 
ameter. 
(Scale, r'=l'-0".) 



No. 397 

5'-6" to bottom of 
globe. Base, octago- 
n a I, 121/4" across 

square, l^Vl" ac:''0ss 

corners. 

(Scale, 34"= I '-0".) 



No. 328 , 

5'-2l/2" to bottom of 

globe. Base, round, 

l'-8" diameter. 

(Scale, 3/4"= I '-0".) 



No. 27 

5'-4l/2" to bottom of 
globe. Base, octago- 

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Base, 16" across flat 

diameter. 

(Scale, 3/4"= I '-0".) 



No. 415 

3'-0" up to 5'-0" to 

bottom of globe. 

Base, 71/2" square 

over flange. 

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No. 32 

6'-0" +o bot+om of 

globe. Base, round, 

2'-6" diameter. 



No. 31 

5'- 10" to bof+om of 

globe. Base, round, 

2'-0" diameter. 



No. 352 

5'- 10" to bottom of 

globe. Base, round, 

l'-4l/2" diameter. 



No. 26 

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No. 354 

6'-0" over all. Lantern, 
octagonal. Base, octag- 
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eter. 
(Scale. l"=l'-0".) 



No. 50 

5^-6" up to 7'-6" to bot- 
tom of globe. Base, I '-9" 
square. 
(Scale, 3/^"= I '-0".) 



No.4l4 

6'-0" t o b o 1 1 o m of 

globe. Base, irregular 

octagon, 223^" square. 

(Scale, 3/4"= I '-0".) 



No. 326 

5'-8l/2" to bottom of 

globe. Base, T-iO" 

square. 

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No. 51 

6'-0" +0 bottom of up- 
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(Scale, 3/4"=|'0".) 



No. 129 

5'- 10" to bottom of 

globe. Base. VA" 

square. 

(Scale, 34"= ro".) 



No. 318 

6^0" to bottom of 

globe. Base, round, 

T-B" diameter. 

(Scale, y^"=\'0"] 



No. 148 

5'-3" to bottom of 

globe. Base, triangular, 

I'-B" diameter. 

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No. 217 

5'-0l/2" to bottom of 
globe. Base, rectangu- 
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(Scale, l"=l'-0".) 



No. 53 

5''-6" to bottom of 
gJobe. Base. I'-S" 

square. 
(Scale, 34"= 1^0".) 



No. 369 

6'-0" to bottom of 
globe. Base, round, 

I '-3" diameter. 
[Scale, y^"=\'-0".] 



No. 341 

5'-63/4" to bottom of 

globe. Base, 2'-0" 

square. 

(Scale, 3/4"= I '-0".) 



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No. 118 

5'-0" TO bottom of 

globe. Base, I '-3" 

square or round. 



No. 337 

4'- 1 M/g" over all. 

Base, octagonal, 10" 

diameter. 



No. 260 

4'-9"/2" to bottom of 

globe. Base. !'-3" 

square. 



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No. 150 

5'-2" to bottom of 

globe. Base, I T' 

square. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0". 



No. 334 

5'-0" to bottom of 
globe. Base, octag- 
onal, I'- 10" diameter. 

(Scale, 34"= rO".) 

No. 334-A 

3'-8" to bottom of 
globe. Base, octag- 
onal, I '-4" diameter. 

(Scale, i"=l'-0". 



No.413 

4'-2" to bottom of 

globe. Base, 4I/2" 

square. 

This standard is espe- 
cially adapted for stair 
newel lighting and can 
be made from 3'-0" to 
5'-0" high to bottom of 
globe. 

(Scale. l"=r-0". 



No. 401 

S'-6\// to bottom of 
globe. Figure on top 
of globe, 6" high. Base, 
5 sided, I 71/4" greatest 
width 

(Scale, 34"^ ro".) 



No. 307 

5'-4l/4" to bottom of 

globe. Base, 1 8I/2" 

square. 

(Scale, 3/^"=|'0".) 



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No. 190 

4'-5" +0 bottom of 

globe. Base, I '-2" 

square. 



No. 23 

4'-234" to bottom of 
globe. Base, I'-Si/j" 

square. 



No. 173 

3'-8" +0 bottom of 
globe. Base, 12" 

square. 



No. 142 

4'-2" to bottom of 

globe. Base, I'O'/j" 

square. 



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No. 310 

4'-3" to bottom of 

globe. Base, I'-B" 

square. 



No. 319 

4'-l" +0 bottom of 

globe. Base, l'-3" 

square. 



No. 457 

4'-6" over all. Lantern, 
round. Base, octago- 
nal. 10" diameter. 



No. 237 

4'- 10" up to 6'-3" to 
bottom of globe. Base, 



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No. 178 

3'-7" to bo+iom of 
globe. Base, triang- 
ular, \'-9" diameter. 

(Scale, l"=i'-0".) 



No. 244 

4'- 11/2" to bottom of 

globe. Base, round, 

9" diameter. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0".) 

No. 244-A 

4'- 1 1/2" to bottom of 

globe. Base. 7" 

square. 



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No. 232 

3'-4' to bottom of 
globe. Base, octago- 
nal, I 0" diameter. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0".) 



No. 348 

4-9" to bottom of 

upper globe. 3 or 4 

arms. Base^ 13" 

square. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0".) 



No. 400 

5'-3l/2" to bottom of 
globe. Base, 2II/4" 

square. 

(Scale. 3/4"= I '-0".) 



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No. 338 

5'- 1" over all. Lan- 
tern, octagonal, Base, 
141/2'' over all. 
(Scale, \"=\'-0".] 



No. 134 

2'-4" or 3'- 1 01/2" to 
bottom of globe. 

Base, II" or I '-OI/2" 

square. 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 456 

3'-0" to bottom of 
globe. 



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No. 233 

r-0%" to bottom of 

globe. Shaft, 2" 

square. Base, 8" 

square. 

(Scale, l'/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 42 

4'- 10" over all. Lan- 
tern, octagonaL Base, 
I \" square. 
(Scale, \"=\'-0". 



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N MANY of our cities and small towns the character of the street 
lights is very ordinary. At tinnes it will be found desirable, for 
the sake of distinctiveness and effect, to place in front of a 
building or establishment special lighting standards. To fill this 
need, we offer a variety of different types of large fixtures from 
which can be selected one that will adequately take care of every 
need. This particular type of standard Is very often overlooked 
because It Is not part of the building, but If more thought were 
given to this form of lighting we believe that origmal effects could 
be secured that would more than repay the cost of installation. 



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HE standard Illustrated below Is one of hundreds that are 
placed along Philadelphia's beautiful Parkway. They were 
designed by Paul P. Cret, Architect, and are spaced nnldway be- 
tween street corners. The standard shown on page 43 Is typical of 
those erected at street Intersections. They contribute In no small 
measure to the efficiency and beauty of the Parkway as a whole. 



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Memorial standard 

erected around the Ci+y Hall 
Plaza of Philadelphia, and 
dedicated October 4. 1908. 
during the celebration of the 
two hundred and fwenty- 
fif th anniversary of the 
founding of the City of 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 



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No. 100 

22'-0" to bottom of up- 
permost globe. Base, 4'-0" 
square. 



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recently installed on the Phil- 
adelphia Parkway. They are 
approximately 24'-0" high. 




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No. 255 



4'- 1" over all. Lan- 
tern, octagonal, 1 8" 
diameter. Base, I6I/4" 
or 20" square. 



No. 399 - 

l2'-6" over ail. Body 

of lantern round w!th 

bent giass panels. 

Base, 12" square. 



No. 436 

0'-93/4"over all. Lan- 
tern, octagonal. Base, 
2" 



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No.419 

l2'-0" over all. Lan- 
tern of No. 20 gauge 
sheet copper. Shaft 
and base of cast iron. 
Base, round. I'-S" 
diameter. 



No. 45 

l3'-r over all. Lan- 
tern, octagonal. Espe- 
cially designed for 
flood lighting. Base, 
octagonal. 25" long 
diameter. 



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No. 363 

IO'-8f/4" over all. 
Base, round, 12" 

diameter. 
(Scale. 3/4''= I '-0".) 



No. 356 

'-lO'/g" over a 
Lantern, hexagonal. 
Base, 28" square. 
(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



No. 466 

IB'-SI/j" over all. Lantern, octagonal. 
r-9" diameter. Shaft, round, I'-S^/," 
diameter. Base, unequal octagon, 

4'-|3/4" over all. 
(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0". 



No. 390 

l2'-5l/2" over all 
Lantern, hexagonal 
Base, 17" square 
(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0" 



No. 462 

l4'-i0" over a I 

Base, round, \'-2^/^'' 
diameter. 

(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



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No. 140 

0'-6" to bottom ol 
upper globe. 4 or 5 
obes. Base, I '-2" 
square. 

(Scale. 3/4"= I '-0".) 



No. 163 

5'-2" to bottom of 
centre globe. 5 
globes. Base, rectan- 
gular, 3'-4l/2 X I'-O". 

(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



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(All to same scale: 1/2"^ I '-0".) 



No. 175 

l4'-0"+o bottom of up- 
per globe. 5 globes. 
'-6" square. 



No. 171 

l4'-6" to bottom of 
upper globe. 5 
globes. Base, round, 
'-7" diameter. 



No. 196 

l5'-3" to bottom of up. 

per globe. 2 or 4 arms 

Base, I '-6" square. 



■. ■ No. 195 

4'-6" to bottom of up- 
per globe. 2 or 4 arms 
Base, l'-6" square. 



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No. 20 

2'- 10" up fo l3'-53/4" to boHom 
of upper globe. 2 or 4 cross 
arms. Base, I '-6" square. 
(Scale, 1/2"=! '-0". 



No. 174 

20'-0" over all. 2 or 4 cross arms. 

Base, round, I'-?" diameter. 

(Scale, 3/8"= I '-0".) 



No. 162 

1 3'-0" to bottom of upper globe. 

2 or 4 arms. Base, round, \'-7" 

diameter. 
(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



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No. 240 

1 \'-6" +o bottom of 

globe. Base, l'-6" 

square. 



No. 253 

l4'-4" to bottom of 

globe. Base, round 

15" diameter. 



No. 446 

I \'-2%" to bottom of 
globe. Base and shaft, 
octagonal. Base, ocfag- 
o n a I, \'-6Yq" short 
diameter. 



No. 238 

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I I '-4" to bottom of up- 
per giobe. Base, 2'-5" 
square. 



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I HE growing Interest In the beautify- 
ing of city and residential suburban 
sections prompted us to give special 
attention to community lighting prob- 
lems. Smyser-Royer fixtures now en- 
hance the streets of Roland Park, Bal- 
timore; Forest Hills and Garden City. 
Long Island; Merlon, Pa,; and other 
exclusive communities. We are more 



than interested In aiding the architect 
who renders the community a distinct 
civic service by Improving its standards. 





IT IS gratifying to us to realize that 
residential communities Qre becoming 
more and more appreciative of the 
benefits derived from distinguished 
street lighting. We solicit corres- 
pondence with secretaries of civic 
and suburban associations which 
would be interested in knowing how 
much beauty and real value can be 
obtained by the Installation of 
Smyser-Royer Standards, such as are 
shown on this and the following pages. 



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No. 294 

8'-6" o V e r a I 
Base, I 0" square. 

(Scale, 3/4"= I '-0".) 



No. 323 

'-7I/2" over all. Lan- 
tern, round, 1 0I/2" di- 
ameter with glass cylin- 
der. Base, round, 10" 
diameter. 

(Scale. 1/2"= r-0".) 



No. 230 

II'- 1 |5/g"overall. Lan- 
tern, octagonaL Base, 
round, I6I/4" diameter. 

(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



No. 278 

l2'-6" over all. 9'- 8" to 
bottom of lantern. 1 , 2 
or 3 sign arms or lamp 
arms. Lantern, round 
with glass cyli nder, 
round or octagonal. 
Base, 13" diameter, 
octagonal. 

(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



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No. 373 

8'-0" +0 bottom O'f sign. Sign 

box, 2'-4" long, I '-6" high, 5" 

deep. Base, I '-4" square. 

(Scale, Y^"=\'-0".] 



No. 449 

I I '-0" over all. Lantern, 
octagonal. Base, round, r-3%" 

diameter. 

(Scale, 1/2"= I '-0".) 



No. 442 



9'-6" over all. Lantern, 
octagonal. Base, I '-4" square. 

(Scale, 3//= I '-0".) 



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No. 290 

7'-0" to bottom of lower 

sign. 1 1/2" I. D. pipe 

shaft, base and signs of 

cast iron. 



No. 293 

7'-0" to bottom of lower 

sign. 2" I. D. pipe shaft, 

signs of cast iron. 



No. 295 

7'-0" to bottom of signs. 



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angle iron shaft, signs 
of cast Iron. 



No. 289 

7'-0" to bottom of signs 

Entirely of cast Iron 

Can be furnished with 

out globe. 



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These magnificent gafes and 
fence surround the estate of 
John Wanamaker near Phila- 
delphia. They were made 
by Smyser-Royer Company. 



No. 305 

S'-Syg" high over all. Body 

round, \'-3" diameter. Base 

I '-5" square. 



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ROBABLY the widest usage of fixtures 
in the country home will be found in 
pier lanterns placed on gateposts. The 
Impressiveness and beauty of the gate is 
greatly enhanced by them, and their util- 
ity cannot be challenged. In addition to 
the type of fixture shown on this page, the 
following pages have examples of pier 
amps for each type of architectural con- 
struction. On certain public buildings it 
may be found more desirable to use one 
of our pier lamps rather than some other 
form of fixture. We show many special 
designs in this section to meet this need. 



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ANY beautiful private estates owe 
something of their attractiveness 
to the owner's judicious choice of Smyser- 
Royer lighting fixtures. Each year exterior 
lighting is conning more and more Into 
vogue for great country estates, as we 
as for the more modest town or suburban 
house. To assist the architect in educating 
his client in thinking in terms of greater 
exterior beauty we are using national ad- 
vertising booklets and personal messages 
to home owners in the United States. 



No. 275 

"The New Palh-flnder." 

I'-hi^/'l' over all. Specia 
designed for walks and drive- 
ways of country estates. 
Base, round, 7yg" diameter. 
Post is equipped with ground 
piece unless otherwise 
ordered. 

(Scale, 1 1/2"= I '-0".) 




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No. 340 

3'*6" over all. Lan + ern. 
octagonal. Base, 16" round. 

(Scale. |l/2"=r-0".) 



No. 441 

5'-IO'/4" over all. Lantern, round 

Curved glass panels. 23" diame 

ter. Base, 25" square. 

(Scale, l"=l'0".) 



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No. 410 

5'-2l/2" over all. Body round 

outside diameter of glass, \''6" 

Base, round, l'-7'/2" over a 

(Scale. l"=l'0".) 



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No. 333 

3'-33^" over all. Body, octago- 
nal. Longest diameter, I'-b^j^". 
Bottom member of base, round, 

r-21/2" diameter. 



■ No. 187 

4'-3l/2" over all. Base, 
octagonal, I'-S" diameter. 



No. 383 

3'-4l/2" over all. Lantern, 
octagonal. Base, 14" square. 



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No. 335 

T'ly^," over all. Lantern. 

hexagonal. Base, round, 

734" diameter. 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 432 

2'-4'/2" over all. Lantern, 

octagonal. Base, 8I/2" 

square. 

(Scale, |l/2"=r-0".) 





No. 364 

2'- 1 11/4" over alL Over 

all spread of base, V-^^-^' - 

(Scale. |l/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 375 

3'.73/g" over all. Lantern. 

octagonal. Base, 2'- 1 03^" 

on diagonal. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0".l 




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No. 360 

4'-0" over all. Lantern, 

octagonal. Base, 12" 

square. 

(Scale, l"=l'0". 



No. 393 

2'-6" over all. Base, octag- 
onal, 14" over octagon. 
Base, octagonal, 13" over 
sguare. 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0". 



No. 393-A 

Same design as 393 but 
2'-! 11/2" over all. Base, 
octagonal, 17" over octa- 
gon. Base, octagonal, 16" 
over square. 





No. 362 

I'-iy^" over all. Lantern, 
octagonal. Base, 12" 

square. 
(Scale, li/2"— i'-O".) 



No. 409 

2'- 1 01/4" over alL Lan- 
tern, hexagonal. Base 
71/4" square. 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 




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No. 418 

5'-0" over all. Lantern, irregu- 
lar octagon. Base, round, I 5'/2" 

diameter. 
[Scale. l"=l'-0".) 



No. 450 

3'-2" over all. Lantern, irregu- 
lar octagon. Base. !4" square 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0^) 



No. 450-A 

4'- 10" over all. Lantern, oc- 
tagonal. Base. I '-9" square 
(Scale, l"=r-0".) 



No. 391 

2'- 1 I" over all. Lantern, hexag- 
onal, widest diameter 17". Base, 
round. 12" diameter. 
(Scale. 11/2"= I '-0".) 



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(All +o same scale, 1"= I '-0". 



No. 428 

A'-O" over all. Octagonal body 

I0%" across flat. Base, round 

r-8" diameter. 



No. 179 

4'-7" o V e r a 
Base, I '- 10" square. 



No. 350 

4'-8'/2" over all. Body, octago- 
nal, 2'-93^" longest diameter 
Base, round, I '-8" diameter. 



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No. 379 

I Oyg" +o boHom of globe 
Base, octagonal, 16" on square 




No. 374 

101/4" over all height of body 
Base, round, 1 0" diameter 



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(All to same scale, |i/2"^r-0".) 




No. 202 

I'-O" to bottom of globe. 
Base, round, I '-4" diameter. 




No. 108 

12" to top of globe 
holder. Base, 9%" square. 




No. 203 

Over all height of body. l'-5l/2". 
Extreme diameter of base. I '-4". 

No. 203-A 

Similar in design but smaller. 

Over all height of body, I'-l". 

Extreme diameter of base, I'-O", 

(Scale, 2"=l'-0".] 



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No. 443 

(Scale, 3//= I '-0".) 
2'-8" to bottom of globe. ^'-2%" 
over all of body. Base, 2'-4" 

square. 




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No. 458 

3'-0" over all. Lantern, oc- 
tagonal. Base, 141/2" over all, 
(Scale, i"=l'-0".) 



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l'-7" to bottom of 

globe. Base, 2'-0" square. 

(Scale, |l/2"=r-0^ 



No. 43 I 

5'-!%" over all. Lantern, oc- 
tagonal. Base, round, I '-0" 

diameter. 
(Scale, l"=l'-0". 



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SOME types of buildings can- 
not advantageously use free- 
standing standards, and on such 
buildings many architects prefer 
to place attractive brackets flank- 
ing the doorway or along the 
facade. Not only do the fixtures 
themselves lend additional grace 
to the architecture, but surely 
there Is hardly a more impressive 





sight than some beautiful building, 
the details of which are brought 
out against a surrounding back- 
ground of darkness. Indeed, the 
more far - sighted designers of 
hotels, public buildings, apartment 
houses and even factories have not 
been slow to seize upon the com- 
mercial value of a brilliantly lighted 
exterior from an advertising stand- 
point. From the Smyser-Royer line 
may be selected a Bracket or 
Lantern to fit every need for any 
style or period of architecture. All 
of our Lamp Brackets are equip- 
ped with a lead sheet behind the 
wall plate, thereby preventing the 
iron from contact with the stone. 



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No. 198 

3'-7" to bottom of globe. 
Wall plate, I I" diameter. 

(Scale. 11/2"= I '-0".) 



No. 198-A 

2'-8" to bottom of globe. Wa 
plate, 8" diameter with project- 
tng lugs for bolts with 9" over 
all diameter. Extreme projection, 

IMI/V'. 
(Scale, 2"=r-0".) 




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No. 52 

3'-7" to bottom of globe. Wall 

plate, octagonal. \'-2" diameter. 

Extreme projection, l'-7y2"- 

(Scale. |l/2"=l'-0".) 




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No. 31 I 

3'-0i/4" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, l'-7'/g". Wall 
plate, 1 0^1" square. 



No. 114 

3'-6" to boHom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, I '-4". Top 
wall plate, 6y^"y.\'-r. Lower wall 
plate, 81/4x43/4". 



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(Both to same scale, M/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 206 

3'-6" to bottom of upper globe. 

Design, size and projection of 

wall plates and brackets same as 

per design No. I 14. 



No, 223 

3'-6" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, \'-3%". Wall 
plate, l7l/4"x45/8". 



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No. 384 

Extreme projection, 25 
Wall plate, 2ll/4"x8". 
(Scale, l"=l'-0",) 




Extreme project 
plate, round, 16" dlame+er. 
(Scale, l"=r-0".) 



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No. 246 

3'-3" to bottom of 
upper globe. Distance 
from centre of shaft to 
wall, 12". Wall plate, 
9'^ 1 6". 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 




No. 23 

2'-8" to bottom 
of globe. Extreme 
projection , 
M/g". Wall plate, 

9"^ I 6". 
(Scale. 2"= I '-0".) 



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No. 212 

Extreme projection r-31/2" 

Wall plate, round, 6" diameter 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0". 




No. 112 

Extreme projection, V -^^2 ■ ^^W 

plate, r-0"x !'-l 1/2". (Same as 

design No. I I 3.) 

(Scale, 11/2"= I '-0".) 



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No. 257 

3'-IO" to bottom ot 
globe. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2'-7l/4". Wall 
plate, ll"x2'-43/4". 
(Scale. l"=l'-0" 





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2'-8" to bottom of up- 
per globe. Extreme 
projection of body 
from wall, t '- 1 1/4". Wall 
plate, 9"xl6". 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0". 



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No. 199 

2'A\[2 over all. Extreme pro- 
jection, r-71/2". Wall plate, 

r-4"xl'-IO". 



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No. 254 

1 '-6I/4" to bottom of globe. Ex 
treme pro ection, 9'/4". Wal 

ate, 8"xl5". 




No. 183 

I'-M" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, l'-l'/2". Wall 
plate. 10"xll". 



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No. 214 

Extreme projection, 9%". 

Wall plate, 93/8"x7l/2". 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0": 



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No. 213 

l'-41/2" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, ll%". Wall 
plate, 93/8"x7l/2". (Same as de- 
sign No. 214.) 

(Scale, 3"=r-0".) 



No. 54 

T-yy/ +o bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, I '-5". Wall 
plate, r-4"xl'-ll". Wall plate 
same as No. 1 99. 

(Scale, 11/2"= I '-0",) 



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No. 280 

l'-4%" over all. Exfreme pro- 
jection, \'-2". Wall pla+e, I '-4" 
x9" or l'-3"x8". 




(All to same scale, 1 1/2"= )'-0".) 



No. 109 
l'-7%" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, I '-!" . Wall 
plate, l'-5"xlM/4". 



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No. f35 

Extreme projection, \'-2 
Wall plate, I I ^^'^S'^^' 



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No. 161 

2'-4" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, r-5". Wall plate same as 

No. 54. 



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No. 405 

Exfreme projection. 7" 
Wal! pla + e, 5"x9l/2" 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 




No. 361 

Extreme spread of arms,, 2'-9l/2". 

Extreme projection from wall, 

101/2". Wall plate. 8"xl4". 

(Scale, 3/4=1 '-0". 



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No. 107 

2'-0" to bottom of globe. May also 

be made r-31/2" high to bottom of 

globe. Extreme projectJon, I '-5". Wall 

plates, 7l/2"x93/8" or 9"xll". 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 143 

3'-9" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, I '-4". Top wall 
plate, r-l"x9l/4". Lower wall 
plate, IOI/2"x7l/2". 

(Scale. l"=l'-0". 



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No. 166 

Extreme projection, \'-3'\ Wall 
plate same as No. 109. May 
be used with globe upright or 

pendent. 



No. M3 

Extreme projection, 
Wall plate. I '-Cxi'- 



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No. 408 

2'- 1 Y2" ^o bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, 9%". Wall 
plate, octagonal. 10" extreme 
diameter. Bracket octagonal. 



No. 336 

2'-l03/g" over all. Extreme pro- 
jection, 13". Wall plate, same 
a5 design No. 214. 



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Extreme projection, I'- 1 I". 
Wall plate, I I l/2"xl '-5". 



(AH to same scale, 11/2"= I '-0".) 




No. 358 

2'-634" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, 15", Wal 
plate, round, ll'/2" diameter 



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Wall plate, IO"xl'-7". 




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No. 357 

'-6%" to bottom of globe. 
Extreme projection, 1 S'/^", 

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No. 180 

r-61/2" to bottom of globe. Ex- 
treme projection, 2'-7". Wall 
plate, round, \'-2" diameter. 
(Scale, l"=l'-0".) 




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Extreme projection, I '-4", 

Wall plate, 9" diameter, 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0". 




No. 300-A 

Extreme projection, \'-7". 

Wall pla+e, I'-Il"x7y8". 
(Scale, |i/2"=r-0".) 

No. 300 — Similar 

Extreme projection. 2'-9'/2". 
Wall plate, 3'-5"xl'-M/2" 



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No. 372 

Extreme projection, lOyg". 
WafI plate, 8" diameter. 

(All to same scale, M/^"^ I'-O".) 



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No. 226 

Extreme projection, \'-h". Wall 
plate, octagonal, 14" short 

diameter. 



No. 234 

Extreme projection, t'-3%" 
Wall plate, I \" diameter 



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I HE lanterns on ei+her side of this 
Colonial doorway were installed, with 
little expense, many years after the 
house was built. They add substan- 
tially to its attractiveness and charm. 



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LAMP POST with lantern is often 



needed where a house is set well back 
from the road. [Design No. 63, shown 
in detail on page No. 100 of this cat- 
alogue, mounted on a wood post.) 




"ThHERE are many artistic ways ot 
employing the lantern In exterior 
lighting. Nowhere is a lantern more 
needed than on either side of a door, 
to radiate hospitality. In nooks and 
corners about the house and through- 
out the garden, well placed lanterns 
are great assets. They discourage 
the evildoer and add to the sale value 
of the property as well as to Its charm 
and distinctiveness. 
The Importance of road lighting could 
be demonstrated by a study of the 
tremendous increase In the automo- 
bile and truck tratflc during the past 
years along suburban lanes. Proper 
exterior lighting might be the means 
of preventing a serious accident 
or severe damage at the mtersec- 
tlon of your driveway and the road. 




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"THERE Is probably no field so fer- 
tile for the architect's imagination 
as the use of lanterns for exterior 



ighting. On both large public build- 
ings and small homes the lantern type 
has been employed for centuries, fn 
the following pages are illustrated 
lanterns of every size and design from 
the large classic type to the small 
artistic lantern that adds so much of 
charm and hospitality to the home It 
adorns. 

Snayser-Royer lanterns are designed 
and constructed with the view of ob- 
taining the maximum lighting effects 
without allowing this very important 
phase to detract from the artistic 
beauty of the fixture. It Is impossi- 
ble to estimate the value of exte- 
rior lighting. The lack of it Is sadly 
evident on buildings that present a 
dark and disma! exterior by night. 





These lantems, design No. 286 with 
a special wrought Iron bracket, add 
very much to the attractiveness of 
this doorway. They can be made of 
cast Iron, cast bronze or aluminum. 



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ion, Pa., has adopted the lamp post 
with lantern shown at the left. Hun- 
dreds of these posts make Merlon an 
exceedingly well-lighted community. 



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ative of how well Smyser-Royer Co. designs adapt 
themselves to their surroundings. All ornamental iron work 
on this apartment building was executed in our shops. 



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No. 306 

5'-3" over all. Lan+ern, octago- 
nal, 121/2" diameter. Extreme 
projection, V-^y^'- Wall plate, 

I " square. 



No. 447 

b'-2y^^" over all. Pro|ection to 
center of lantern, 121/4". '-^'^■■ 
tern, octagonal. Upper wall 
plate, 5" diameter. Lower wall 
plate, 9/4"xl53/4'\ 



No. 320 

5'-9" over all. Lantern, hexago- 
nal, I '-21/4" diameter. Projec- 
tion from wall to centre line, 
121/4". Wall plate, 91/4 "x I 53/4". 



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No. 258 

6'-9^" over all. Extreme pro- 
jection. 2'- 1 01/2". Top wai! plate, 
7%"xl7%". Lantern, hexagonal. 
Bottom wall plate, l^^'Wl", 



No. 394 

6'- 1 1/2" over all. Lantern, hexag- 
onal. Diameter across corners 
at top, 313/4". Wall plate, I21/2" 

X203/4". 



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No. 137 

4'-6'/2''' over all. Extreme pro- 
jection. I'-IO". Lantern, oc+ago- 
nal. Wall plate, i'-IO" diameter 

(Scale. |i/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 276 

4-4" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2'-43^". Body octagonal, 
mean diameter 14". Wall plate. 

978"xl45/g". 

(Scale, |l/2"=['-0". 



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Same design as No. 276. 3'-4" 
high over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, I'-IO". Mean diameter. 12". 
Wall plate, 7l/2"xl5". 

[Scale, 2"^l'-0" approximately. 



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No. 382 

5'-7yg" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, i'-l 1", Lantern, octago- 
nal. Wall plafe. 1 2" dlanneter 



No. 242 

5'-2" over all. Distance from 
wall to centre of lantern, I '-6". 



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No. 136 

3'-8l/2" over all. Lantern, octagona 
Extreme projection, r-ll'/2"- ^^ 
plate, 101/2" diameter. 

, {Scale. |l/2"=r-0". 



No. 463 

9'- M/2" over all. Lantern, hexagonal. 

Extreme projection, T-\ I '/4". Wall 

plafe, 2'-27/g"xl'-33/3". . " 

(Scale, 3/^"=|'.o".) 



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No. 277-A 

3'-l M/2" over all. Extreme projec- 
tlon, I '-63/8"- Body octagonal, 10" 
diameter. Wall plate, y-h^W'^'^^h" ■ 



No. 426 

3'-4" over all. Lantern, octagonal 
10" across the flats. Extreme projec- 
tion, \'-r. Wall plate, r-934"x3y8", 



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No. 277 

4'-0l/2" over alL Extreme projection, 

2'-\". Body octagonal, 10" diameter. 

Wall plate, I'-O^Wy^Vf-i'- 



No. 329 

4'-0'/2" over all. Lantern, octagonal. 

Diameter of body, 10". Wall plate, 

round, 8" diameter. 



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No. 377 

5'-8" over all. Extreme projec 

tion, I'-Oy^". Lantern, octagonal 

Wall plate. 834"x9l/4". 



No. 55 

5'-8l/2" over all. Body, octagonal. 

Extreme projection, 2'-0". Upper 

wall plate. 8'/4"x43^". Lower wall 

plate, r-3"x63/g". 



No. 453 

3'- 10" over alL Extreme projec 
tion, 23". Lantern, octagonal 
Wall plate, 4l/2"x33". 



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No. 327 

5'-0%" over all. Body, octago- 
nal, r-4" mean diame+er. Ex- 
freme projection, 2'-2". Wall 
p ate, I 5" diameter. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0".) 




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4'-6" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2'-0". Lantern, irregular 
octagon. Upper wall plate, 6" 
square. Lower wall plate, 12" 

square. 

(Scale, \"=\'-0".) 

No. 412-A 

Same design as No. 41 2. 2'- 1 1 1/2" 
over all. Extreme projection, 
I '-4". Flat of body, 12". Upper 
wall plate, 4" square. Lower wall 
plate, 8" square. 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 

No.4!2-B 

Same design as No. 412. 2'-0" 
over all. Flat of body, 8". Ex- 
treme projection, 1 0%". Upper 
wall plate, 4" square. Lower wall 
plate, 6" square. 

No. 412-C 

Same design as No. 412. 5'-3" 
over all. Flat of body, 20". Ex- 
treme projection, 2'-2". Upper 
wall plate, 7" square. Lower wa 
plate, 14" square. 




No. 427 

5'-0" over all. Body of lantern 
has five sides with flat back. Ex- 
treme projection, I 8'/2"- 
(Scale, l"==l'-0".) 



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No. 402 

4'-3l/4" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2 I l/g". Lantern, octagonal. 
Wall plate, I7I/4" long. 9" wide 
at t-op. 6%" wide below. 



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No. 263 

3'-9" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2'- 1". Lantern, octagonal. 
I'- 1 0/2" diameter. Wall plate. 
101/2" diameter. 



No. 425 

I'-h^/^" over all. Lantern, octag- 
onal. Extreme projection, l'-7'/2". 
Top wall plate, 4I/2" diameter. 
Bottom wall plate, 5"xl03^". 



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3'- 10" over all. Lantern, octago- 
nal. Extreme projection, I'- 1 1 ". 
Wall plate, octagonal, lOyg" 
across the square. 




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No. 267' 

4'-3" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion. I'- 1 01/4". Body, irregular 
octagon. Corner panels are solid. 
Wall plate, I Cxi'-?". 



No 395 

3'- 1 01/2" over all. Extreme pro- 
jection, 23". Lantern, octagonal. 
Wall plate. 6I/2" diameter. 



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No. 439 

3'-4" over all. Square lantern of 
wrough+ iron. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2'-4l/2". Body of lamp. 12". 



(All to same scale, 



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No. 30 

3'-IO'/4" over all. Projection to 
centre of lantern, r-61/2". Lan- 
tern, octagonal. Wall plate, 
4^2" v/ide K 3'-3" long. 




No.417 



3'-3'/2" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2'-33/8". Body of lantern 
octagonal, l'-5l/2" across the 
square. Wallplate, \'-\0%">ib%". 



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No. 371 

Lanfern, I'-O^^'^ over all. Extreme 
projection, 3'-\". Wall plate, 

24"x4". 

(Scale, l"=l'-0" 




No. 467 

2'-9%" over all. Lantern, octag 
onal. Extreme projection, 
Waif plates, 3l/2"x5l/2". 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 




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No. 422 

3'-9%" over alf. Body octago- 
nal. Extreme projection, 2'-0yg" 
Wall plate, 734" diameter. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0". 



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No. 448 

4'- 10" over all. \'A" extreme 

projection. Lantern, square. Wall 

plate, 5"x8". 




No. 454 

2'- 1 I" over all. 2'-!" extreme 

projection. Lantern, square. Wall 

plate, 41/2 "x9". 



(AH to same scale, l"=r-0".) 




No. 346 

Extreme projecfion, 3'-0" 
Lantern, octagonal 



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No. 367 

Lanfern, \'-b" over all. Body at 
largest point, 12" square. Projec- 
tion to centre of lantern, I ! I/4". 

(Scale. |l/2"=l'-0".) 




No. 367-A 

Same design as No. 367. Lan- 
tern, I'- 1" over all. Body at 
argest point, 9" square. 

(Scale, 2"= I' 0".) 



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No. 455 

2'-5" over all. \'A" extreme pro 
jectlon. Lantern, square. Wa 

plate, 5"x5". 

(Scale. |l/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 444 

2'- 10%" over all. Body of lan- 
tern, 10" sq. at top. SYs" sq. 
Qf bottom. Projection to center 
of Lantern, l'-2l/2". 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 



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No. 429-B. Lan+ern same as No. 
412-B with bracket in proportion. 



No. 429 



4'-0" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, 2'-6". Lantern, irregular oc- 
tagon. Back plate, 7" diameter 
Lantern same as No. 412-A. 

(Scale, y^"=\'-0".) 




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r-10%" over alL Extreme pro 
jectlon, r-21/2". Body, octago 
nal, I l%" maximum diameter 
Wall plate, octagonal, 9" maxi 
mum diameter, 

(Scale, 2"= I '-0".) 



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(round), 5%" diameter. Lower 
wall plate, 9^/8" square. 

(Scale. 3/4"=] '-0".) 



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No. 440 

I'-l" over all. Lantern, octagonal 

Extreme projection. 8". Octago 

nal wall plate, 4". 

(Scale, 3"=l'-0".) 



No. 424 

3' 0" over all. Lantern, octago 

nal. Extreme projection, I'-l " 

Wall plates, 31/2" diameter. 

(Scale. '/2"=r-0".) 




No. 445 

2'-6" over all. Body of lantern, 
I I" square. Extreme projection, 
\'A\/{'. Top wall plafe, 6"x6". 
Bottom wall plate, 5'/2"x5'/2". 

(Scale, 11/2"= I '-0".) 



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tach to scroll braces. 



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No. 299 

yj^Xj^' over all. Pro 
tion to centre line of 
tern, \'A". Body, octago 
nal, 1 2'/4" diameter. Wa 
plate, yyg" square. 

(Scale, 11/2"= r-0". 




No. 343 

Projection to centre of 
antern, 12". Lantern, oc- 
tagonai. 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 



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2'-4l/2" over all. Projection to 

centre of lantern, I'-IQi/j". Wall 

plate, 2l/2"xl7i/2". 

(All to same scale, I '/2"= 




No. 283 

2'-9l/2" over all. Projection to 
centre of lantern, T-O". Lantern, 
octagonal. Wall plate, 3"x5". 



No. 345 

2'- 10" over all. Lantern, octago- 
nal. Projection to centre of lan- 
tern, \'-\%". 



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No. 288 



r-81/2" over all. Projection 
+0 centre of lantern, I '-0". 




No. 63 

r-6" over all. Body, 7" square. 
Extreme projection, \'-9". 



(All +0 same scale, |l/2"=l'-0". 




■ No. 296 

T-S" over ail. Body, octagona 
mean diameter, I O'/p"- W 




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plate round. IO'/2" diameter. 



No. 380 

2'-8" over all. E?ttreme projection, 
17". Lantern, octagonal. Wall 
plate, round, IO'/2" diameter. 



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No. 287 

'-[I/4" over all. Projection 
to centre of lantern, I'- 



No. 285 

I '-4%." over all. Lantern, octag- 
onal. Projection to centre of 
lantern, I '-0". 



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No. 302 

2'-4%" over all. Projection to 
centre of lantern, l'-IOl/2". Lan- 
tern, round with glass cylinder. 
Wall plafe, 3l/2"xl9". 



No. 407 " 

^''^Ys" over all. Lantern, octag- 
onal. Wall plate, round, 51/2" 

diameter. 



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No. 284 

\'-9y^" over all. Lantern, octag- 
onal. Projection to centre of 
lantern, I '-0". 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0". 




No. ^2A 

I M/4" over all. Extreme projec- 
tion, 7". Body octagonal, 6" 
maximum diameter. Wall plate 
octaqonal, A-^/^" diameter. 
(Scale, 3"=l'-0".) 




No. 376 

2'- M/2" over all. Extreme pro 
jection, I9I/2". Lantern, hexag- 
onal. Wall plate, 51/4" square 
(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 




No. 168 



2'-4 
tlon 



over all. Extreme projec- 
l'-4l/2". Body, I'-O" square 
Wall plate, 41/2" diameter. 
(Scale, !i/2"=i'-0".) 



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No. 438 

2'- 1 \" over all. Lanfern, ocfag- 

onal. Extreme projection, I'-?". 

Walt plate, ^'\\'-9". 

(Scale, r'^il'-O" approx.) 

No. 438-A 

Same design as No. 438. 2'-|l/2" 
all. Extreme projection, 
^". Body of lantern, 10". 
Wall plate, 3"xl53/g". 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0".) 



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No. 282 



2'- 1 1/2" over all. Projection to 

centre of lantern, 11%"- Wall 

plate. 2"xl4". 

(Scale, M/2"=l'-0".) 




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No. 286 

l'-7%" over all. Lantern, hex- 
agonal. Projection to centre of 
lantern, I '-] 3^". 

(Scale, |l/2"=l'-0" 



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No. 194 

Lantern, 3'-6" over 
all. Body, octagonal, 
I '-6" diameter. Ceil- 
ing plate, round, 10" 
diameter. 

(Scale, M/2"=l'-0". 




No. 194-A 

Same design as No. 
194. Lantern, 2'- 
8'/9" over all. Body. 
15" diameter at 
widest point. 

(Scale, 2"=l'-0" 
approximately 



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pipe, I I,"i" outside diameter. 

Length to suit specifications. 

(Scale, 34"= I '-0".) 



No. 329-A 

Ceiling plate, round, 8" diame 

ter. Lantern, octagonal. Diam 

eter of body, 10". 

(Scale. lt/2"=l'-0".) 



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No. 146 

Lantern, 4'-0" over all. Celling 
pla+e, 8" diameter. Body, square, 

-U over all. 

(Scale, l"=l'-0" 



No. 125 

Lantern, 3'*-4'/2" over all. Body, 
ocfagonal, r-IOI/2" diameter. 

(Scale. |l/2"=l'-0".) 



No. 468 

Lantern, \'-\^/^" high over all. 
Lantern, hexagonal. Diameter 
of body, 8'/2". Canopy, 43/^" 

diameter. 

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round. 1 '-3" diameter. 

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No. 404 

Over all diameter, 2'- 1 1/2". Can- 
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hanger rods may vary. 
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Pennsylvania Railroad, Main S+afion, Philadelphia, Penna. 

Delaware River Bridge, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Approach to Grand Central Station, New York City. 

Roosevelt Dam. Arizona. 

Center Square, York, Pennsylvania. 

City hiali Plaza, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

United States Post Office, Meadville, Pennsylvania. 

United States Post Office, Hagerstown, Maryland. 

United States Post Office, Mllford, Delaware. 

United States Post Office, Williamantic, Connecticut, 

United States Post Office, Gasden, Alabama. 

United States Post Office, Roanoke, Virginia. 

United States Post Office, Fayetteville, North Carolina. 

United States Post Office, Fredericksburg, Virginia. 

United States Post Office, Bluefield, West Virginia. 

United States Post Office, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

United States Post Office, Marietta. Georgia. 

United States Post Office, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 

United States Post Office, Fernandina, Florida. 

Court hlouse, Albany, New York. 

Court hlouse, Media, Pennsylvania. 

Court House, Bridgeton, New Jersey. 

Court House. Allendale, Tennessee. 

High School, Vv'orcester, Massachusetts. 

High School, Lincoln, Nebraska. 

High School, Ardmore, Pennsylvania. 

High School, Camden, New Jersey. 

High School, Nashwauk, Minnesota. 

High School, Keewatin, Minnesota. 

Academy High School. Erie. Pennsylvania. 

East High School, Erie, Pennsylvania. 

High School, New Brighton, Pennsylvania. 

Mt. St. Agnes Academy. Mt. Washington, Maryland. 

U. S. Naval Hospital, Fort Lyons, Colorado. 

Southern University, Scotland, Louisiana. 

Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina, 

Elks National Memorial, Chicago, Jllinois. 

Citizens' Bank, Frederick. Maryland. 

Manheim National Bank, Manheim, Pennsylvania. 



Commercial National Bank, Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Bank of Suffolk, Norfolk, Virginia. 

Federal Reserve Bank, Houston, Texas. 

Planters' Bank, Wilson, North Carolina. 

Avoyelles Bank & Trust Co., Marksvllle, Louisiana. 

First National Bank, Washington, North Carolina. 

Hanover Bank, Ashland, Virginia. 

Colony Hills Trust Company, Springfield, Massachusetts. 

First & Old Detroit National Bank, Detroit, Michigan. 

Clementon National Bank, Clementon, New Jersey. 

Washington National Bank, Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. 

D Street Bridge, Washington, D. C. 

Hoeveler Street Bridge, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Hanover Street Bridge, Baltimore, Maryland. 

Windsor Mill Road Bridge, Maryland. 

Pocomoke River Bridge, Maryland. 

Clarks Ferry Bridge, Pennsylvania. 

Elverson Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Hotel Gotham, New York City. 

City Hall, Omaha, Nebraska. 

Public Library, Evanston, Illinois. 

Springfield-Buick Co., Springfield, Massachusetts. 

Worcester-Buick Co., Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Shredded Wheat Co., Niagara Falls, New York. 

Buckingham Apartments, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Hospital for Insane, Norfolk, Nebraska. 

Strand Hospital, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 

Lenox Apartment Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

U. S. Veterans Hospital, St. Cloud, Minnesota. 

Roland Park, Baltimore, Maryland. 

Forest Hills, Long Island. 

Garden City, Long Island. 

Latham Park, Pennsylvania. 

Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. 

Merion, Pennsylvania. 

Estate of John Wanamaker, Ogontz, Pennsylvania. 

Estate of Charles M. Schwab, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 

Estate of Mrs. R. J. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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Trust Building, Philadelphia, Paul P. 
Cret, Architect. The iron work is painted 
black and the ornaments and narrow 
lines are high-lighted with gold leaf. 






V— AST iron window frame, Fidelity 
Mutual Life Insurance Building, Philadel- 
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Architects. Ail joints being machined 
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\^AST iron window frames and spandrels, Fidelity Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Building, Philadelphia. Zantzinger, Borle & Medary, Architects. 
Lee Lawrie, Sculptor. Cast iron as a building material has proved 
its worth for centuries. !t painted every few years It will continually 
reflect the architect's original conception while non-ferrous nnetals 
need constant attention in order to retain their original appearance. 



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ings, Smyser-Royer Company has established an aluminum depart- 
ment, equipped to execute large contracts for entrances, window 
frames, spandrels, cfoors, railings and interior work. The many 
finishes obtainable, the lightness of the metal, its resistance to corro- 
sion and its relatively low cost, make it an ideal building material. 



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I HE photographs on these two pages illustrate a cast and extruded 
aluminum entrance frame, grilles and doors designed by Dreher Si 
Churchman, Architects, for the Strawbridge & Clothier store, Jen- 
klntown, Pa. This metal is readily adaptable to great delicacy of 
detail and It will retain its original finish far longer than other non- 
ferrous metals. The cast ornaments have a sa+in finish high-lighted. 



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Bermijda, Clinton Mac- 
Kenzle. Architect. 



I HE charming atmosphere of Colonial days Is being revived again 
in many modern homes, end with this returns the vogue for cast Iron 
verandas. Patterns for the designs shown on the following pages 
have been In our foundry for almost a century. During this long 
pertod of time Smyser-Royer Co. has constantly studied every change 
of the most unobtrusive detail as well as the general conception of 
the effect as a whole. Architects who contemplate the use of cast 
Iron verandas ^re extended a cordial Invitation to consult with 
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a cast iron veranda on 
a private residence. 
MeKor, Meigs and 
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Detail showing connec- 
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259 28 

260 34 

261 7 

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270 9 

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276 83 

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278 51 

280 72 

281 99 

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283 99 

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289 53 

290 53 

291 28 

292 28 

293 53 

294 51 

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296 100 

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MYSER-ROYER CO. have executed large contracts of 
ornamental and architectural Iron, bronze and alum- 
inum work on some of the largest and most beautiful build- 
ings throughout the United States. We are at all times 
equipped to submit estimates from architects' drawings 
and to undertake the execution of complete contracts — 
stairs, window frames, entrances, bank screens, gates, 
fences, balconies, railings and miscellaneous Iron work. 



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